Yahoo! Oil News

By , September 28, 2010 10:40 pm

(news provided by Yahoo! Sports)

  1. Oilers hire Olympic figure skating champ Pelletier (The Associated Press):
    EDMONTON, Alberta (AP) — The Edmonton Oilers have hired Olympic figure skating champion David Pelletier as a skating
  2. Marek Vs. Wyshynski Podcast: Tyler Dellow on why he joined the dark side (Puck Daddy):
    LISTEN HERE! [ And if that doesn't work, try here. ] It’s a Wednesday edition of Marek vs. Wyshynski beginning at  1:30 p.m. ET/10:30 a.m. PT, and we’re talking about the following and more: Special Guest Star:  Tyler Dellow in-studio to discuss his hiring by the Edmonton Oilers. • The ongoing Ryan Johansen drama. • Ads on jerseys.  • News around the NHL.  Question of the Day: Under what conditions would you tolerate ads on NHL jerseys?  Email or
  3. Dose into 2014-15 (Rotoworld):
    Pondering a summer of change in the NHL and how that will affect the Daily Dose this coming
  4. The advance of hockey stats: Analytics continue to grow, evolve in NHL (Yahoo Sports):
    More and more NHL teams are embracing analytics, and it’s not a question of whether advanced stats can help. Clearly, they can. But questions remain: Exactly how have successful teams used analytics? How have they weighed new information against the
  5. Gauthier nicked in Leafs rookie tournament; OHL East no longer least: the coast-to-coast (Buzzing The Net):
    Combing all corners of the country and the blogosphere for your junior hockey headlines … WHL Calgary’s Greg Chase : from seventh-rounder to signed Edmonton Oilers draft pick. ( Edmonton Journal ,  The Pipeline Show ) The Victoria Royals are “not sneaking up on anybody anymore,” says GM Cam Hope . ( Victoria Times-Colonist ) New Edmonton coach Steve Hamilton is bent on making sure the defending champs don’t give up their title meekly. ( The Pipeline Show ) Applying the NCAA’s
  6. Perry still king of multicategory fantasy coverage (NHL):
    The 2014-15 NHL season is drawing closer by the day, so has you covered with all the fantasy hockey advice you’ll need come draft day. In the past four seasons, he has the second-most goals (145), fifth-most points (276), 10th-most penalty minutes (368) and is 22nd in plus-minus (plus-44). The 2013-14 season saw a dip in his penalty minutes (65), but a big leap in plus-minus (plus-32). One of the best category coverage assets in fantasy hockey history, he will be one of the first six
  7. What We Learned: Do NHL players actually care about Corsi? (Puck Daddy)
  8. Top 10 NHL spin-o-rama goals, as we mourn their sudden death (Puck Daddy)
  9. Coyotes’ made ‘concerted effort’ to create space for Max Domi: the coast-to-coast (Buzzing The Net):
    Combing all corners of the country and the blogosphere for your junior hockey headlines … WHL There it is: a comparison between Sam Steel and Jordan Eberle in Regina. Hey, how often does a 16-year-old get held out of a preseason game since he has nothing more to prove until the real games start? ( Regina Leader-Post ) All told, Prince Albert Raiders captain / Winnipeg Jets hopeful Josh Morrissey played 112 games in 2013-14. Hang on to that nugget for a future junior hockey burnout
  10. Offseason moves affect fantasy value of teammates (NHL):
    The trading, signing and drafting frenzy has brought top-tier fantasy players to new homes, but how it affects their new teammates can’t be lost on fantasy owners. Here are some of the beneficiaries of the biggest moves made in the

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